Issues With The Body's Skin That Cannot Be Overlooked

Rosacea

Flushing of the face, raised red bumps, dryness, and sensitivity of the skin are typical symptoms. Darker skin tones can sometimes be distinguished by brown discoloration or by dry, swollen patches of dark skin.

Eczema

It can show up on the hands, feet, face, or even in the skin's folds and creases (especially in young children). The typical skin condition is dry, scaly, and itchy; persistent scratching may result in a thickened area.

Athlete's Foot

Unfortunately, fungus infections can develop on your feet. Extreme itching, redness, and cracked skin on the feet and in between the toes are all symptoms of athlete's foot.

Acne

The face, neck, shoulders, chest, and upper back are common areas where acne appears. Redness, blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, or painful, deep cysts and nodules make up skin breakouts.

Hives

The well-known welts (raised, red, itchy areas) that can appear on the skin are hives. Medication, certain foods, and insect bites or stings are some common causes of hives.‚Äč

Sunburn

Overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun or sunlamps can result in sunburns. Red, painful, and hot to the touch, the skin may even start to peel.

Cold Sore

The lips and area around the mouth develop a red, uncomfortable, fluid-filled blister as a result of this condition. Redness may be more noticeable for those with lighter skin than for those with darker skin.

Latex Allergy

This results in a rash, which can appear minutes to hours after contact with a latex product. On darker skin, it might be harder to see or might appear lighter or darker than the surrounding tissue.